CHICAGO – Voters across Midwestern states face a slew of tax, spending, and bond referendums Tuesday along with policy questions that pack a fiscal punch, including whether Michigan’s emergency management system should be preserved and the state’s ability to raise taxes be limited.

Michigan voters Tuesday face the state’s most crowded ballot since 1978. They will consider six high-profile proposals that, if approved, would bring significant changes to the state’s legislative and fiscal policies -- and could impact its credit, analysts say.

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